While this book has quite a bit of text, I must say I didn't read much of it. For me, I enjoyed the book for the visuals, the peeks inside other people's creative spaces and how they keep it all ordered.
The book is arranged in chapters of types of crafting and suggests how to arrange your space best for each. Included are; Stained Glass and Mosaics, Rubber Stamping and Stenciling, Scrapbooking, Paper Crafts, Beading, Yarn Crafts and Needlework and Quilting.
Unfortunately, it didn't have a chapter on what I need most, a person who suffers from a serious case of crafting schizophrenia and needs to organise supplies and areas to make bags, jewellery, cards, do some digital design work, as well as arranging stock for two online stores and markets with preferably an area for a playpen for the little one as well. When someone publishes that book - I'll be first in line to buy it!
Other than that, I have really enjoyed the book, revisiting its pages many times to pick out some of the little ideas. While not necessarily original, I love the look of magnetic tins on a metal plate, jars filled with colourful notions and a ladder to display some of my favourite magazines. Mmmm.. now if I can just finish organising my space, maybe I'll get some crafting done...
1. A Good Reminder, 2. Yummy Jars and Buttons, 3. Another Good Reminder, 4. Love the Collage with the Stamp on the Jar, 5. More Yummy Button-Filled Jars, 6. Closet Organizers, 7. I've Been Meaning to Do Some Tins Like This, 8. Things to Consider, 9. I Want a Magazine Ladder!
For more peeks into other people's spaces, Etsy Open Studios is a good start.
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